“My Friend And I Were Playing A Game Of Pass Out” Fonz’s Near Death Experience #nde – LAH EP 189


“My Friend And I Were Playing A Game Of Pass Out” is the Near Death Experience of Fonz who died during a squeezing game of Pass Out and finds himself heading toward the light with a decision to make. https://www.nderf.org/Experiences/1fonz_a_nde.html Thumbnail Photo Credit: https://www.deviantart.com/rorydnumber2/art/Headscissors-Pass-Out-213913867 Translation from the German language
EXPERIENCE:. 10/15/1989
Documented on NDERF: 10/22/2017 1. Suddenly I saw myself lying on the ground in our living room. At the side of my head my friend was standing. My perspective of view was from above and I was looking down. My body was lying parallel to my point of view from the right (head) to the left (feet). Actually my perspective was impossible as I was looking down from a bigger height as the actual ceiling was. I guess about 4 meters. The real ceiling was a normal height of about 2.5 meters. 2. Then in the right upper angle of vision a bright shining circle appeared. From there came a squawking voice (like the voice of Mickey Mouse) that said to me that I could come if I wanted to. Everything would be okay. I knew that it would be very beautiful there. Harmony, knowledge, contentment. The light was very pleasant and bright, definitely of a white color. I also understood very well what my situation was, and I knew if I went into the light I would be dying. It was my decision to go or not. It was absolutely tempting, and the only thing that kept me from going were thoughts about my father. Thank you for listening to this video. Learning About Heaven is going to offer some of the best NDE experiences to listen to, discern and learn. We could all spend a little more time thinking about and learning about HEAVEN. Thank you to NDERF.org who have compiled these wonderful NDEs. This channel is not associated with NDERF.org and NDERF.org has not authorized or approved this channel. Learning About Heaven is offering these Experiences in this small format as a means to further learn and grow.